When it comes to Cowboys-Redskins, pundits are fond of saying, “You can throw the records out the window.’’ But in fact, when it comes to this series and when it comes to right around Thanksgiving, this stuff is more predictable that some know.
The Dallas Cowboys are accomplishing things in Dak Prescott’s rookie season that never happened under Hall of Fame quarterbacks Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman.
Ezekiel Elliott, the rookie who leads the NFL in rushing, notes with a wink that he thinks its flattering that opponents — most recently the defeated Redskins on Thanksgiving — mock and mimic his “Feed Me’’ hand motions.
Helping the injured and families of the fallen, those impacted by the July ambush in Downtown Dallas got a chance to see the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday thanks to a player from the opposite sideline.
The Dallas Cowboys took on the Washington Redskins on Thanksgiving Day and extended their NFC East lead with an NFL-best 10-1 record. Here is a look at the Dallas Cowboys team grades for this week’s big game.
Dak Prescott accounted for two touchdowns, fellow rookie Ezekiel Elliott ran for a pair of scores and the Dallas Cowboys extended their franchise regular-season record with a 10th straight victory, beating the Washington Redskins 31-26 on Thursday.
As the chants of “We Want Dallas!” reverberated through the stadium, it was clear that Redskins fans already were looking forward to a Thanksgiving Day showdown against the division-leading Cowboys.